- Reduce food poverty
- Boost health outcomes
- Improve the local environment
- Create new job and economic opportunities for local businesses
- Strengthen communities
7 November, 2017
Martin Dawes Stand, Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington
Technology enabled living – Using digital technology to empower citizens to lead independent healthy lives. In the last few years, there has been a rapid development and adoption of technologies that change the way we live. Some of the technologies are on the horizon whilst others are already in our pockets, our homes, local surgeries and hospital; but many are not deployed systematically in...
7 November, 2017
The Mecure Haydock Hotel J23 off M6
Health Education England in the North West is pleased to announce a free half-day workshop to share experiences of cultural assessment from local organisations. Come and hear how local organisations have used cultural transformation tools, what challenges they have faced and what the impact has been so far. Join the conversations and be inspired to think about how a better understanding of...
21 November, 2017
Bridge Suite, Select Stadium, Lowerhouse Lane, Widnes, Cheshire
Background: The emotional wellbeing of children and young people is a key priority across Cheshire & Merseyside and the Directors of Public Health have been working together with the Directors of Children’s Services on new ways of working to improve emotional wellbeing. A prioritisation event was held last year, where a new priority of self-harm was chosen to work on together. This follow up...
28 November, 2017
West Midlands Public Health Practitioner Development Scheme, in conjunction with HEE Genomics Education Programme Open invitation to anyone who contributes to the public’s health in the UK to learn more about genomics and how it can impact their own work, hearing from key leaders in the field. Aims of the event include: To raise awareness & provide an overview of genomics & its...
7 December, 2017
Select Stadium, Widnes
Background: Air pollution is now known to be associated with much greater public health risk than was understood even a decade ago, and more risks are emerging. In the UK, air pollution is the largest environmental risk linked to deaths every year; around 5% of all deaths are attributable to air pollution fine particulate matter. The Committee on the Medical Effects of Air Pollutants (COMEAP)...